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Roy Dunshee


Roy Dunshee is the head men’s coach at Washington College. He was a long time high school coach and understands the high school soccer experience. He is also on the National Academy Staff for the NSCAA .

Coach Dunshee holds the NSCAA Premier Diploma and the USSF A License. He played high school soccer in Neptune, New Jersey, and collegiately at the University of South Carolina.

Tom Reilly


Tom Reilly is the head coach of Ocean Township High School in New Jersey. He was recently inducted into the New Jersey High School Coaches Hall of Fame. He has won 9 league titles, 4 Shore Conference Titles, 5 Central Jersey titles and a State Championship. He has over 400 wins as a high school coach.

Coach Reilly holds the USSF A License. He played high school soccer at Brick Township New Jersey and collegiately at the University of South Carolina.

Chris Koch


Chis Koch was four year defender at Washington College. As a Senior Captain helped lead the team to its best record in 15 years setting numerous defensive records along the way. He has been a Coerver Coach for three years, working camps and clinics in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Illinois. He is the newest member of the WC coaching staff and will be the Director of Recruiting for the program. Chris’ coaching ambitions go back to his childhood where he served as mascot and good luck charm during his Father’s epic 2007 Final Four run as coach of the UMASS Minutemen.

Greg Ruttler


Greg Ruttler is in his second year as the head men’s soccer coach at Stockton. Ruttler moved up to the head coaching position after nine years as assistant and then associate head coach for the Ospreys. During his time on the Stockton staff, the program’s record is 119-61-22 (.644 winning percentage) with two NCAA Tournament appearances.

Ruttler is tied atop Stockton’s all-time games played list (97) and stands second at Stockton in career points (125), third in assists (39) and fourth in goals (43). He earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Stockton in 2003. Ruttler was inducted into the Stockton Athletics Hall of Fame in 2011 and South Jersey Soccer Hall of Fame in 2013.

Daniel Toulson


Daniel Toulson joined the Catholic University men’s soccer coaching staff in 2014. Toulson has experience recruiting and coaching in the United States and Nigeria, and prior to joining Catholic served as a coach at Hamilton Boys’ High School in his native New Zealand. As a player, Toulson represented his country at U19 level on a tour of Europe in 2006 before beginning a collegiate career with Kenyon College (OH) in 2008, where he was named to the NCAC All-Conference team and served as team captain in 2011.

Toulson graduated from Kenyon College with a degree in International Studies and is currently studying International Development with a concentration in sports.

Mike Hurley


Hurley is currently a member of the coaching staff at New Jersey Soccer Academy 04 (NJSA), where he is the head coach of the NJSA 04 River Plate (U18) and NJSA 04 Munich (U14) teams. In 2011, Hurley led the NJSA 04 USSF ’94 DP Team that played in the 2011 Walt Disney World Tournament. He coached as an assistant for NJSA 04 Celtic from 2007-2009. He currently serves as the head coach at Peak Performance Soccer Academy, a post he has held since 2010, and was the Business Development Manager in 2011 and 2012.

Hurley holds a USSF coaching license and has been an instructor at several collegiate camps, including Northwestern, Villanova and Indiana.

Jordan Cyrus


Jordan joined the Maryland men’s soccer coaching staff in the summer of 2015. Jordan is also an active youth coach working with teams in Alexandria and Davidsonville. As a player, Jordan was a two time all state player and conference player of the year in Virginia. An ESPN Rise Magazine First Team All-American, he was a two-time NSCAA All-American and the all-time leading goal scorer at Norfolk Academy (122 goals). He played 48 games for the Maryland Terrapins from 2009-2012 and inked a contract with the Vancouver Whitecaps immediately following his senior year.

Max Watson


The UMW men’s soccer program welcomes Max Watson as an assistant coach for 2015. Originally from New York City, Watson played for Downtown United Soccer Club, and four years for Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, PA as a center midfielder. In 2013, the Diplomats won the Centennial Conference Tournament and went on to reach the Elite 8 of the NCAA Tournament. In 2014, F&M reached the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16. He acquired USSF D License Coaching Certification -Amassed over 50 wins in college playing career.

Sam Lane


A 2015 graduate of Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa., Lane was a four-year letterwinner for Diplomats. During his career, he recorded 18 goals and 16 assists. In 2013, F&M won the Centennial Conference for the first time in program history. That team went on and advanced to the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight losing to eventual National Champion Messiah College. A year later, Lane was named an All-Centennial Conference First-Team selection and a First-Team All-ECAC honoree. In 2014, Franklin & Marshall advanced to the NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen. Over his career playing for Dan Wagner, Franklin & Marshall compiled a record of 55-15-5 which was the most successful four-year stretch in program history.